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Re: Whoops. Erased taskbar



On Saturday 09 April 2005 05:00 pm, Richard E Miles wrote:
> On Sat, 9 Apr 2005 10:46:34 +0300
>
> Dotan Cohen <dotancohen gmail com> wrote:
> > On Apr 9, 2005 7:19 AM, Sam Williams <sam mbz org> wrote:
> > > I just deleted the taskbar on top of my screen in gnome.  Can someone
> > > tell me how to get it back.  The default one would be fine.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > >
> > > Sam
> >
> > Yeah, I did this a few weeks ago. I couldn't get it back for the life
> > of me. This advice from Thomas Cameron helped:
> >
> > quote
> >
> > The "chainsaw" method is to boot the machine to runlevel 3 (i.e. No GNOME
> > stuff running), and in your home directory run the commands:
> >
> > mkdir backup
> > mv .g* backup
> >
> > This will move all your GNOME settings (essentially deleting them) and
> > they will be reset to defaults next time you start X.
> >
> > /quote
> >
> > Good luck.
> >
> > Dotan Cohen
>
> Another method to add a panel is to right click on the bottom panel and
> choose add panel.
>
> --
> Richard E Miles
> Federal Way WA. USA
> registered linux user 46097

A better way since you will not loose personel preferances S.A. backrounds and 
links.

-- 
John H Ludwig


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